Moto X+1 shows up on Motorola website again (Updated)

Rumoured Moto X+1 on Motorola website

Motorola has so far only confirmed that a successor to the Moto X is coming sometime this summer. Rumours about the name of said device first surfaced in early April when the usually reliable @evleaks revealed it as Moto X+1. That same name recently appeared briefly on Motorola’s Motomaker website. That same name has now popped up on Motorola’s website again. This time, a page reveals the Moto X+1 for AT&T. It was still up as we posted this but it’s unlikely to remain up much longer.

As you can see from the image, we even have a price, -US$400, this time, albeit a bit too low to be believed. Either that or Motorola really has delivered on the promise of “Priced for all.”

Droid-Life has also done some digging into Motorola’s sitemap, looking up the Motorola X+1’s codename. References to FLEXR2, its codename, appear to confirm that it will come with options for black, blue, grey, and red leather backplate options. A new wood pattern called Rosewood also appears. Other references suggest that the Moto X+1 will also be headed to Sprint and Verizon Wireless. T-Mobile USA, which did not carry the Moto X last year, does not appear to be listed in the file, suggesting that it may again skip Motorola’s flagship smartphone.

Rumoured Moto X+1 on Motorola website

Motorola is holding its next event on May 13 where it is widely expected to unveil the inexpensive Moto E. These “slip-ups” on its own website suggest that it is also getting ready for its next flagship and could be even offer up a teaser at its upcoming event.

Update: And the page is down…

Sources : Motorola // Droid Life